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During the last week, the Ubuntu Security team:
spice-vdagent underway (LP: #1200296)
pcp (pcp-3.12.2) completed (LP: #1700827)
Lucas Kocia (lkocia) provided a debdiff for xenial for firewalld (LP: #1617617)
Jeremy Bicha (jbicha) provided a debdiff for zesty for gdm3 (LP: #1729354)
Migrated AppArmor to GitLab: https://gitlab.com/apparmor
[Work-in-progress] AppArmor support for multiple policy cache directories: apparmor/apparmor!4
Simplified usage of libapparmor cleanup functions by preserving errno: apparmor/apparmor!6
Landed upstream libseccomp changes to support new dynamic seccomp logging: seccomp/libseccomp#92
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